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Object-oriented analysis of ELIMINO

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ELIMINO is a mathematical research system developed for the implementation of Wu’s method, a powerful method for polynomial equation system solving and geometric theorem proving. The aim of ELIMINO is to provide used a programmable interpreting environment to use Wu’s method in scientific research and engineering computation. In this paper, the development of ELIMINO system is outlined and the techniques adopted are discussed, then some details about the object-oriented analysis of ELIMINO are presented.

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Correspondence to Dongdai Lin.

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LIN Dongdai was born in 1964 and received his Ph.D degree from Institute of Systems Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1990. His research interests include algebraic coding theory and symbolic computation. Right now, he is a Professor of Institute of Systems science and paying efforts on developing symbolic computation software.

LIU Zhuojun is a Professor of Institute of Systems Science and received his Ph.D. degree in 1988. His research interests include symbolic computation, error-correcting code theory and automated theorem proving.

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Lin, D., Liu, Z. Object-oriented analysis of ELIMINO. J. Comput. Sci. & Technol. 14, 487–494 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02948790

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  • Wu’s method
  • characteristic method
  • mathematical research system
  • object-oriented analysis